Jane Lovell is an award-winning poet whose work focuses on our relationship with the planet and its wildlife. She has been widely published in journals and anthologies in the UK and US.
She has won the Flambard Prize (2015), the Wigtown Poetry Prize (2018) and the Geoff Stevens Memorial Prize (2020), has been shortlisted for several other literary awards including the Basil Bunting Prize, the Robert Graves Prize and Periplum Book Award, and has recently been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
Publications include ‘Metastatic’ (Against the Grain), ‘One Tree’ (Night River Wood), ‘Forbidden’ (Coast to Coast to Coast) and ‘This Tilting Earth’ (Seren Books).
‘The God of Lost Ways’, her first collection, has just been published by Indigo Dreams Press.
Jane also writes for Dark Mountain, Elementum Journal and Photographers Against Wildlife Crime.
She lives in Kent and is Writer-in-Residence at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve.
You can contact Jane at firstname.lastname@example.org